Mark Neville visits BA (Hons) Photography

20 February 2014

Photographer Mark Neville recently visited BA (Hons) Photography students to discuss his career and upcoming projects. Neville’s work investigates the relationship between photography and diverse social groups. He is well known for ‘The Port Glasgow Book Project’, a project that saw him photograph a community as a social documentary and demonstrate the results in a book. Instead of displaying the images of the artistic experiment at a public exhibition, the book was only printed enough times for members of the community to own and was handed out by the local boys football team.

Originally from London, Neville studied in Reading, London and Amsterdam. His next solo exhibition will take place in the contemporary art space of The Imperial War Museum London, opening Summer 2014.

Watch this space for a video of Mark’s talk with the students.

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